Battle of the Yaki Lace Front Wigs! Help Me Choose One!

Yaki Lace Front Wigs

Ok guys and dolls! Please get me out of this hair dilemma. I need your help in picking out a yaki lace front wig. I have been looking at different yaki lace front wigs for months. Since I am natural, and very fond of protective styles, I want a wig that will mimic straightened hair so I don’t actually have to straighten my hair. I am so afraid of damage. After being natural since 2012, I want to keep my hair growing and strong. Protective styles, like twists and wigs, help my hair to grow because I am not playing in it or adding heat to it all the time. The thing I like about yaki lace front wigs is that they look more natural on my head. Sometimes I want a wig that looks like it could be my hair.

I have narrowed the selection down to three different yaki lace front wigs. The first one is the $29.99 Janet Super Flow Deep Part Lace Front Wig Bisa, then you have the $39.99 Motown Tress Extra Deep Part Lace Front Wig – LXP. Lion, and the final yaki lace front wig is the $24.99 Outre Synthetic L-Part Lace Front Wig – Tess. The Janet Collection wig is thick, but looks more like relaxed hair to me. It also looks very smooth. I feel like it could be realistic on me.

With wigs, I am all about realness. I hate looking wiggy. The Motown Tress wig looks the best to me because it looks like what I think my hair would look like if I blew it out and flat ironed it a tad. I guess I feel like this one is the most realistic. The Outre wig looks the most thick and realistic to me. The only problem I have with this brand is that they usually don’t fit my big ass head. 🙁 You can see the video reviews below. Which one should I get?
Photos from the links above.

Janet Collection Deep Part Lace Wig Bisa

Motown Tress Extra Deep Part Lace Front Wig – LXP. Lion

Outre Synthetic L-Part Tess

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